It’s now more important than ever to leverage technology in agriculture. It would be hard enough to manage the growth in human population — 7 billion to 9 billion people — in the coming decades. But with the volatile and increasing climate change-fueled issues, such as drought, fire, floods and disease, we simply can’t rely on “the way it’s always been done.”
Scoville has worked closely with clients in the agriculture industry, from biotechs working on new genes to expand yield, to seed companies selling dedicated energy crops, to supply chain logistics companies harvesting waste and turning it into new products.
We do all of this with an understanding and appreciation for the different needs and concerns of those in technology, and those who work the land.